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National Cycle VStream Tall Touring Windscreen Honda NC 700 X
National Cycle revolutionizes windscreen performance with the VStream® Windscreen! The patented "V" shape and advanced dimensional contours push the wind vortex away from the rider's head, resulting in a peaceful, quiet riding environment. The passenger's comfort is improved as well. Reduced wind noise... less turbulence... superior strength... perfect style. The VStream revolution is here!
Sturdy 4-point custom mounting hardware attaches to the original windshield mount points, requires no modifications to stock components, and provides outstanding rigidity. All hardware is included.
Large screen, good coverage, durable
Reviewed for 2013 Honda NC700X
I am 5'10" (70 inches, 178 cm), with 30" inseam (76 cm). With this shield I have no buffeting, aside from a small stream of air hitting the very top of my helmet. I would still use ear plugs for long rides due to this minimal change in wind noise.
The install was quick and easy. The windshield itself is a strong, shatter resistant material which gives me confidence if something were to hit it. I know some who had a turkey hit the center of it at speed and it didn't flinch.
There are other options for similar coverage, but I found this is one of the best looking LARGE windshields available. It fits the lines of the bike well.
The mounting plate also offers an additional mount for accessories like a GoPro or GPS if you wanted.
May 4, 2015
Tall Riders Beware!
This is an excellent product. Design, construction, materials, installation: all top-of-the-line!
On the road the V-Stream slices through any wind with ease. However, I am 6'1" with a tall-sitting torso. The top of the V-Stream sends massive air-flow right to my face, which feels great on warm days, but otherwise is very, very loud! Even while wearing earplugs it took me several rides to get over the high sound level created by the air-flow deflected by the V-Stream.
This is my first experience with a windscreen so perhaps this is how it is supposed to be?
March 31, 2015
So much better than stock
This windshield is WAY better than the stock windshield on the NC700X. I commute to work and the wind blast was absolutely awful until I got this windshield. Several of the factors I chose this were the strong, shatter resistant materials it is constructed of, the shape, and size (touring). While wind noise is significantly lower than stock, I am tall and the wind ends up hitting my helmet and causes some extra noise and slight buffeting. My only complaint/suggestion is to add some adjustability to give it a few extra inches or an extension (insert joke here).
Overall, if you have an NC700X, you need an aftermarket windshield. This should be one of your top choices.
February 25, 2014
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Robert D:The VStream screen is high-quality screen. Unfortunately, for a 6-foot rider, it does not create the "calm environment" discussed in the advertisements. On the Honda VFR1200, it also requires you to fabricate a filler piece of trim between the screen and the instrument panel. Without this piece, which should be supplied, the installation looks incomplete. Perhaps this screen works on other machines, but it is an expensive way to experiment. I had to install a Laminar Lip at the top of the VStream in order to stop the tremendous buffeting the stock screen created. The Laminar Lip/VStream installation looks ridiculous and adds additional expense, but it works. Perhaps some day windscreen manufacturers will actually produce a product (lowers) that stops the wind from coming up from around the front forks, hitting the tank, and mixing with the wind coming over the screen - the real cause of buffeting. Oh, the VStream is 2" taller than the stock screen on the VFR1200.Nov 15, 2013